Monday, 28 March 2011

Fabric laminate Glass

Laminated glass is the process by which two or more layers of
glass are bonded together using PVB (polyvinyl butyl) or EVA
(ethylene vinyl acetate) using heat and pressure. This process
can be carried out using annealed or toughened / tempered
glass of any thickness to create safety or acoustic glass in
large panel sizes.

Fusion Fabric laminating gives you the opportunity to
encapsulate a rich selection of fabrics within protective glass
Using regular woven cloth, delicately constructed textiles or
printed fabrics combines the beauty, colour & texture of the
fabric with the structural strength & practicality of glass.
Fusion Glass Designs can create large structural glass panels
up to 2 x 4m, depending on the fabric.

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